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### Logic Starters:

A number placing puzzle.

Guess the four digit number with help from the clues.

Introduce linear equations by solving these problems about lengths.

Work out which team played which from the information given.

This activity requires eight students to sit non consecutively on a grid of chairs.

Work out the least amount of time for four people to walk through a tunnel?

Can you solve this paradox by agreeing whether the statements are right or wrong?

Can you find a 14 digit number containing two each of the digits one to seven which obeys the rules given?

Allow two trains to pass by using the limited amount of siding space.

Can you work out what each of the strange symbols represents in these calculations?

Separate three rows of three animals using three squares.

Each traffic sign stands for a number. Some of the sums of rows and columns are shown. What numbers might the signs stand for?

An activity designed to address common misconceptions.

Make four litres given a seven and a five litre jug.

Work out which boy sent a Valentine's Day Card to which girl.

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